Welcome to Media Logistics Documentation

Ooyala Flex is a media logistics platform that streamlines video production and distribution. With asset and metadata management plus workflow orchestration in a single platform, Ooyala Flex eliminates inefficiencies in your media operations, so you can scale your business and grow your revenue. Ooyala Flex is platform, format, and user interface neutral which means it can be used across a wide range of business functions and industries, and you can create custom interfaces or plug Ooyala Flex into existing platforms. For an overview, see Media Logistics.

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  • Web Transfer: the Web Transfer module has undergone a complete UI redesign for the 5.5.0 release, making it more aesthetically pleasing, and easier to use. The ability to perform bulk uploads and apply bulk metadata has been also been added.
  • Ooyala Flex Query Language: the FQL has been added to Publish in the 5.5 release. The Ooyala Flex Query Language enables you to carry out complex structured searches in Ooyala Flex. In the context of the Publish module, you can use the Query Language to search for image assets, media assets, and group assets.
  • Thesaurus: a Thesaurus tool has been added to the Metadata Designer in 5.5.0 release. The thesaurus tool enables you to create a comprehensive list of terms with relational mapping, which can be applied as a backing store to text fields in your metadata schemas.
  • Image Support in Reviewer: image support has been added to Reviewer in 5.5.0. You can upload image assets to Core and then open review sessions for them.
  • Reviewer: an application that enables you to quickly and securely review, approve, and submit time-coded comments against your uploaded assets anywhere, at any time, as long as you are connected to the internet.
  • Workflow Designer: from 5.3 onwards, the Workflow Designer runs using HTML5 instead of Java applet, so it has a faster loading time, and can be used on the latest versions of most browsers.
  • Metadata Designer: from 5.3 onwards the Metadata Designer runs using HTML5 instead of Java applet, so it has a faster loading time, and can be used on the latest versions of most browsers.

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